Not Mine Faux clays, various colors (St Louis area)

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if you’re on a tight budget or looking for a good travel set, faux clays were literally the king of all plastic chips during the mid-2000’s poker boom. They weigh 9.5g; they stack great; they sound like the real deal (pitch is kinda hallway between an ASM & Paulson). If you can’t afford clays chips, you’re not going to find a better plastic chip:

https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/243998203644263/
 

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Has anyone tried to buy any of these? I messaged the seller through FB Marketplace but haven't gotten a response.
 

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Has anyone tried to buy any of these? I messaged the seller through FB Marketplace but haven't gotten a response.
Damn shame! If I wasn’t currently cash poor, I would have tried to buy 500+ of these as a travel set.

Faux clays are “clay enough” that, circa 2006, I was considering buying 200 gray to serve as 5c chips as part of a custom ASM set. My thought process was basically: why pay $1+ per chip for nickels when, for about $0.04 each, I can use faux clays which sound, feel, and handle so surprisingly close a clay chip? They really are that nice.
 

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In lieu of the seller getting back to me someday maybe, if anyone has a shuffle stack of these they'd be willing to let go, please let me know.
 

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In lieu of the seller getting back to me someday maybe, if anyone has a shuffle stack of these they'd be willing to let go, please let me know.
Sadly, a single shuffle set is all I’ve got. I had 1200 of these in 5 different colors, all of which died along with my Nexgens and Paulson cherries in the CA fires two years ago.
 
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